On Thursday I'll interview Michael Pollan about his latest book, "In Defense of Food," at the Vacaville Performing Arts Theater. The discussion will be followed by an audience Q&A (via cards, not an open mic) and a book signing by Pollan. Tickets are still available, and it's for a good cause—a fundraiser for Slow Food Solano and the Solano County Library Foundation—so if you live in the Bay Area, consider making the hourlong trek up.
I'm assuming lots more Ethicurean readers have now finished "In Defense of Food" (review), so if you have any unresolved questions that you would like me to ask him, please leave your suggestions in the comments. (There were some terrific lines of inquiry offered when I first posted about the event.) Also, I know Pollan's been all over the papers and airwaves for the past month, so if there's anything you're simply sick of hearing him talk about, I'm interested in that too. Among the topics I intend to raise are cloning, genetically modified food, and leadership of this "movement" and whether it can scale.